Colonie financial information sessions: two down, four to go

Later, a card questioned the comptroller on a rumor that Siena College, located across the street from Memorial Town Hall, had offered to purchase Town Hall, and that the offices inside would be re-located to the buildings at the Crossings at Colonie. Blair said that at this point, that would not be financially feasible for the Town, though it has been discussed.

Though many of the note cards did not actually say the word "deficit," Mahan said, "The Town is in a serious situation," and that "you can find links."

Gannon, who had promised to read every single card, read aloud one note card which said, "I refuse to pay for corruption. Where is the accountability?"

The supervisor answered that her administration had inherited this deficit and that they are committed toward moving forward.


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